After its success at Intermat (where it scooped a silver medal in the Innovations Awards), the SWIFT, equipment for repairing potholes, has been chosen by the CNIM (French National Commission for Equipment Innovation) to undergo a test in a full-scale road experiment.
Following the initiative of the DIR Nord, a full-scale experiment for pothole repair and draining treatment on motorways was organised on 27th June 2012 on the RN 47 main road between Lille and Lens (Pas de Calais).
Won over by the qualities of this "all-in-one" equipment, which is both ergonomic and versatile, the CNIM voted in favour and praised the innovation by certifying the SWIFT after the experiment.
The objective was to compare a traditional workshop with a SWIFT workshop. This experiment illustrated the countless advantages of SWIFT:
Quality of work
Health and safety
Ergonomics / User-friendliness